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Carlisle to Hawick [DP 51.417]
 
 
Carlisle to Hawick
Carlisle to Hawick
£18.95
 
Subtitled: The Waverley Route

The North British line from Carlisle to Hawick, built as the Border Union Railway, was the southern half of the Waverley Route to Edinburgh. It travelled through the wild and romantic Border country with Riccarton one of the most remote railway villages ever to be constructed. The branch lines to Gretna and to Langholm are also included in this book.

Locations covered in this book:
Brunthill
Canonbie
Carlisle
Carlisle Canal Goods
Carlisle Canal Junction
Carlisle Canal Shed
Carlisle Canal Yard
Carlisle Citadel
Carlisle No Signal Box
Dentonholme Goods Depot
Gilnockie
Gretna
Gretna Branch
Harker
Hawick
Hawick Shed
Kershopefoot
Kingmoor Crossing
Langholm
Longtown
Lyneside
Newcastleton
Parkhouse Halt
Penton
Port Carlisle Branch Junction
Riccarton Junction
Riddings Junction
Scotch Dyke
Shankend
Steele Road
Stobs
Stobs Camp
Tarras Viaduct
Whitrope


Roger Darsley & Dennis Lovett
240 x 174 mm
Hardback
96 Pages
120 Photographs
Large Scale Maps
ISBN: 978 1 906008 85 7

 

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